Summer is here, and our official magazine category partner Frontline has the best of ideas to drive your sales: check out the all-new Trail Magazine, guaranteed to take you to the UK’s most spectacular places!
This is a title packed with exciting new monthly features:
- All-new Basecamp section featuring the pick of the month’s most exciting destinations, latest campaigns, new gear we’re all fighting over and amazing photography from our army of upwardly mobile readers!
- The Know How – a brand new section where readers grill top outdoor experts on everything from gear to routes, to the questions they are Too Embarrassed to Ask
- Brand new columns from two of the outdoors most exciting adventurers-of-the-moment:
- Alastair Humphreys created the Microadventure phenomenon – the perfect pint-sized wild escape for the busy. Now he’s setting his sights on exploring the British hills through the pages of Trail in his brand new monthly column.
- Anthropologist, hillwalking ambassador, TV presenter and author Mary Ann Ochota is a passionate mountain walker and will be sharing her adventures, and observations of our landscape’s hidden history across the UK – as well as a few hard-won life lessons along the way.
- All all-new Route Chooser, giving you the lowdown on the best places to stay, the mountain routes to suit you and the cosiest pubs for the downtime after a great walk
- Mountain-mad Steve Backshall – TV’s toughest presenter – makes a monthly report on the gear he needs to survive… the question is, can it survive him? Bashed By Backshall, in Trail’s Gear section each month!
- More ways to get involved with Everest Anywhere, the new challenge that will take you to the top of the world. Wherever you are! And don’t miss the Great British Marmot Hunt… kicking off this issue!
Also in July:
- Secret Snowdon: the insider’s guide to the places on Wales’ highest mountain most don’t know are there
- Skiddaw, the exciting way: Trail takes to one of the Lake District’s most commanding hills and finds the best way to reach the incredible views from its summit
- Surviving the Ogre: mountaineering’s greatest miracle, 40 years on – an exclusive interview with Sir Chris Bonington, and Doug Scott, who survived a seven-day crawl down one of the hardest mountains in the world… with two broken legs.
- Actor and Spandau Ballet star Gary Kemp talks about his other lifelong passion: the British hills
- 1 person tents and budget waterproof jackets face Britain’s toughest gear tests
- PLUS in July only, 32 extra pages on Sleeping Outdoors! This expert-powered supplement is packed with tips, gear and ideas for spending a night in the great outdoors (or the modest back garden) this summer, however you choose to do it – from Glamping to Extreme Camping
This is sure to be a fast seller for all your outdoorsy customers – make sure to stock it to not miss out!